Keeping a blog current is especially important when it comes to Excel information. What’s new in the world of Excel? What help is out there? What should I try next?
If these questions are on your list, you’ve come to the right place. Check out these blogs!
- Automate Excel, covers topics in automation software, Microsoft Excel training and even tackles Excel classes. Discover the best books, games, news, shortcuts and more when it comes to Excel. http://www.automateexcel.com/index.php
- Code of Excel and Outlook Blog: Get the latest information on Excel and Outlook almost daily including ad-in changes. Stay updated on blogs by subscribing via RSS feed or Email. http://www.codeforexcelandoutlook.com/blog/
- Klippert.com: Hundreds of entries with topics from calendars to worksheets. Get the grit here from Doug Klippert. http://www.klippert.com/
- The Ken Pul’s Blog greets readers on many subjects, including Excel. Learn about charts, Macros, PowerPivot and more. Excel information posted a few times monthly. http://www.excelguru.ca/blog/category/excel/
- Get converted to Codswallop. Christ Garrett and Yoav Ezer make up the team at Codswallop. Learn about Excel and other treats; discover some great Excel templates and tips that will assist you in creating personalized invitations. http://www.cogniview.com/convert-pdf-to-excel/
- Daily Dose of Excel. Get all you ever wanted to know about Excel including the code! http://www.dicks-blog.com/
- Excel Geek will take you to a football game—more or less. Get the stats here, and learn how to work through your own figures whether the stats involve football scores or pie charts. http://blog.excelgeek.com/
- Get the latest Excel spreadsheet news at, you guessed it, Excel News. Follow links to add-ins, formulas, templates, tutorials and other Excel information. http://excel-news.blogspot.com/
- Methods in Excel, helps you with code, DNA and other functions. http://www.blog.methodsinexcel.co.uk/
Though blogs are written by experts as well as people merely interested in Excel, something happens when you learn something new and apply it. All at once you have something new to share with someone else.